The plot itself is decent enough but when the reader tried to stress excitement or fast-action, he only read quicker and did not change the pitch of his voice. I was disappointed. If you really want it, it is probably worth the money but you need to be sure to use your imagination to make up for the lack of the reader's.
Interesting storyline with enough convolutions, but trite dialog, full of well-worn cliches. And is it true that every cop cannot complete a sentence without the F word as portrayed in "Spider"?
This book absolutely kept me intrigued until the end...much better than the movie!! Im a big Patricia Cornwell fan and Ive already listened to or read all of the Kay Scarpetta series so I've been looking for a new audiobook series and it looks like Ive found it!! You wont be disappointed!!
The plot was good and the characters were OK. Plenty of twists and turns. I was disappointed that profanity was peppered through the book and it seemed like sex was thrown in more often than it needed to be. It didn't really advance the story.
I really loved the story of the four horsemen, but the trial seemed to drag on a little bit. All in all it was a great book that left an opening for the next novel.
Superb entertainment. Patterson is an intriguing storyteller. Turner is a dynamic Narrator. Together they deliver a truly engrossing experience. Worth every penny. Bravo!!!!!
I have read and reread this book. The movie on the other hand suck. For starters, they killed for Gary in the movie, which suck because Gary is in Pop Goes The Weasel. The other thing is that I think Will Smith should have played Alex Cross because he played Alhambra Alie, I think I spelled his name right, in the movie Alie. Plus they didn't show Alex Cross family throughout the movie, which suck as well. I think the book is better and everyone should read the book before watching the movie. They mess up the book with that movie.